Kantina Cubis / Protim Ržišnik Perc

© Miran Kambič

Architects: Protim Ržišnik Perc
Location: Šenčur,
Investor: RP investicije d.o.o.
Design Team Leader/Project Manager: Andrej Ržišnik
Interiors Design Team: Andrej Ržišnik , Tomaž Kučan, Aleš Hajnrihar
Graphic Design: Eva Remškar
Interior Arranger: Darja Debeljak
Mechanical Engineer: Andrej Pureber
Technology Engineer: Primož Černigoj
Lighting: Jernej Ciber
Landscape Architect: Špela Kragelj
Project Area: 620 sqm
Project Year: 2009
Photographs: Miran Kambič

Cubis canteen restaurant is located in the newly constructed facility in the Business Centre Cubis Šenčur trade zone. The restaurant is designed as a buffet and a la carte restaurant. A modern approach to interior design reflects the architectural context in which the restaurant is located. Feeling of warmth and friendliness of space is achieved through the functional logic design and use of natural materials. Use of natural in different texture in combination with the light played a crucial role in interior design. The original details and colors make the observation game even more recognizable and interesting.

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Cite: "Kantina Cubis / Protim Ržišnik Perc" 12 Jun 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 02 Sep 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=64148>

5 comments

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    No exactly architecture.

    A fitout like this could be found in any modern city in an area that has been sanitized and gentrified by accountants and lawyers. It’s a collection of tired cliches and lacks any hint or reference to local culture or place in which it is located.

    Save this kind of stuff for airports.

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    Not inspiring at all…It’s sad that an architect can do something like this. It’s very average… Don’t like the colors and choice of materials.

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